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Vinci (film)

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Headquarters  Rueil-Malmaison, France
Founder  Louis Loucheur
Duration  
Language  Polish
Director  Juliusz Machulski
CEO  Xavier Huillard
Founded  1899
Country  Poland
Vinci (film) movie scenes Fun set The pair appeared to be having the time of their lives as they
Release date  17 September 2004 (2004-09-17)
Stock price  DG (EPA) € 58.17 -0.14 (-0.24%)19 Aug, 2:09 PM GMT+2 - Disclaimer
Subsidiaries  Eurovia, Cegelec, Vinci Energies, Meteor Parking

Vinci


Vinci is a 2004 Polish comedy directed by Juliusz Machulski.

Contents

Vinci 2004 trailer


Plot

Cuma (Robert Więckiewicz), an art thief, is commissioned with the theft of Lady with an Ermine by Leonardo da Vinci, which returned from Japan to the Czartoryski Museum in Krakow. Cuma asks his friend Julian (Borys Szyc), a former colleague, for help.

Julian helps Cuma to prepare for the theft, but on the other hand he is planning to exchange the painting so the precious work of art does not disappear. He asks old forger Hagen (Jan Machulski) for help, who gives the task to the very talented student Magda (Kamila Baar).

Cast

  • Borys Szyc – Julian "Szerszeń" Wolniewicz
  • Robert Więckiewicz – Robert "Cuma" Cumiński
  • Kamilla Baar – Magda
  • Jan Machulski – Tadeusz Hagen
  • Marcin Dorociński – Wilk
  • Łukasz Simlat – Kudra
  • Dominik Bąk – Szymański
  • References

    Vinci (film) Wikipedia


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